Divinity: Original Sin Summary
Good news for those who enjoyed' excellent, if occasionally incomprehensible fantasy RPG Divinity: Original Sin - the game's getting an for consoles later this year, and owners of the PC version will find their copy upgraded to the new edition for free.
There is a caveat. Because this new version is a markedly different experience, it will be a completely separate game. Any saves you have won't transfer over.
has released for its excellent fantasy RPG Divinity: Original Sin, featuring the usual list of bug fixes and tweaks.
The game's first update of 2015 also adds in Steam Cloud save functionality, as well as 3DSMax exporter so that modders can slot in their own models and animations.
It must be pretty busy in the offices ofthese days. Not only is the development team working , they're also adding a bunch of new content to hit RPG Divinity: Original Sin.
One such addition that will please fans of the already rather tricky game is a new 'Hardcore' difficulty mode. This will give enemy mobs new skills and tactics to use against you in combat, forcing you to change up your existing strategies.
Divinity: Original Sin is getting a significant overhaul from creator Larian, as they acknowledge the 'sucky parts' of the game. However they're also "working on our new RPGs," using the D:OS engine.
The Belgian developer is determined to fix the mistakes of Original Sin, and they're also opening a new office in Quebec City to expand, but it lets them "make true some of our bigger RPG ambitions".
Divinity: Original Sin has just received . No, no don't worry, it's free! The Bear and the Burglar adds two new companion characters for a total of four, each with their own quests.
Ranger Bairdotr has a "bow on her back and her claws at the ready", and is searching for a missing druid of the Homeforest, while Wolgraff is a voiceless rogue who was refused by the order of the Source Hunters (the player characters' faction) as a young man.